Videos

Whittle Middle School Boys
A School for the Innovation Age
Learn what makes our approach uniquely suited for a global future.
Whittle Shenzhen Classroom
Built for Learning
The Renzo Piano Building Workshop team members share their architectural vision for a global school.
Boy taking a picture
Meet Robbie
As one of our Innovation Scholars, he looks forward to an international, experiential education journey.
Teacher and student analyzing a tree
The Journey Into Global Education
Get to know the people and programs that are making our mission a reality.
Young girl writing on the board
What Education Means to Us
Our leadership team outlines the core concepts and values that make the Whittle experience meaningful.
Picture of the Shenzhen team
Get to Know the Shenzhen Team
Head of School Rhiannon Wilkinson and founding faculty members introduce the school’s mission and curriculum design.
Every student learns in their own unique way.
A Personalized Experience
Why individual advisory and project-based learning are key elements of our curriculum.
Picture of Kennedy
Meet Kennedy
She’s excited to continue learning Mandarin and study abroad as one of our Whittle Founding Scholars.
Bala with his family
Meet Balakrishnan Selvakumar
Bala is excited to apply the skills he developed during his career as a scientific researcher to his new role as an Upper and Middle School STEM teacher.
Jacklyn with a student
Meet Jaclyn White
As an Early Learning and Lower School STEM teacher, she looks forward to using a holistic educational approach to help children discover how they can have a greater impact on the world.
Marek playing the drums
Meet Marek Beck
Our DC head of Middle School reflects on growing up in a musical household and on teaching leadership and public-speaking skills through TED-Ed and X-Days.
Minfang admiring the flowers
Meet Minfang Maguire
A Lower School Mandarin-Chinese teacher with a background in translation, Mingfang explains how painting and drawing can be useful language-learning tools.
Sarah strolling down the street with her family
Meet Sarah Tiamiyu
As a former special-education teacher, Sarah sees the value in highly personalized learning. She talks about how designing board games can teach collaboration and creativity.